I love hearts and seem to collect them. I thought I would take this opportunity to show you some of the heart pendants I have in my stash and highlight the talented ladies who made them.
These two are from Staci Louise. I love that Staci works in so many different media. Staci has more wonderful components in her etsy store.
This one is by Nancy Schindler from Round Rabbit. I am never disappointed by anything from Nancy. All of her components are wearable works of art. Keep an eye on Nancy's blog for updates to her big cartel shop.
I love this set from Jade Scott. Again, the artistry is amazing in Jade's work.
I received this beauty from Marti Conrad. Marti's work is full of color and texture. Her beads are a treat to use. You can find more beads and buttons in Marti's etsy store.
Lesley Watt made some wonderful bronze clay hearts. I have to do a double take when I see Lesley's work. This started as clay? You can buy one of your own from her etsy store.
You may have noticed that while I love hearts, I am not drawn to the traditional red. There is one exception, though. I just love this set of hearts, also from Round Rabbit Extra.
I took time this week to use one of those hearts in a bracelet. The design is similar to the bracelet I made for this challenge. Both were inspired by Mary Jane Dodd's "Awakening Lotus" bracelet, found in Bohemian Inspired Jewelry.
I love the bits of gray with the red and white.
I added a peyote spiral to one side of Nancy's heart.
The other side features spacer beads from Donna Millard. (Speaking of talented, Donna makes gorgeous beads. Take a look at her etsy shop.)
Sally, thank you for another wonderful week. Please take some time to visit Sally's blog and see where the other participants found their hearts.